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Top 5 Fall Events for Bay Area Families

Top 5 Fall Events for Bay Area Families

The new season means new opportunities for adventures for you and your kids. We’re pretty excited about everything going on in the Bay Area this fall. There are oodles and oodles of awesome activities and programs to keep your kids busy. Plus, there are quite a few exciting, family-friendly events to look forward to. 

Here are 5 events that you don’t want to miss out on in the Bay Area this fall:

1. Yerba Buena Gardens Festival October 27, 2013

Hispanic Heritage meets Halloween at this event for kids and their parents. With Venezuelan flair, the event will feature live music, games, and eco-friendly activities. At the end, there will be a parade to show off everything kids have created. The event is free and outdoors and does not require reservations.

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2. Turkey Trail Trot XI November 28, 2013

Run or walk the Turkey Trail Trot at this 13th annual event. The fun run takes place at Polo Field at Golden Gate Park. Enjoy a 3-mile walk or a 5-mile run. Kids can also take part in the 100-meter Kids Gobbler Race.

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3. Harvest Festival at Ardenwood Historic Farm October 13, 2013

The Ardenwood Historic Farm uses traditional methods that are over 100 years old to raise fine produce. At their annual harvest festival, families will be able to assist in harvesting the corn and loading the corncrib. There will be music, crafts, a train ride, a magic show, and more. At the end of the event, families can even take some of the corn they harvest home!

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4. Family Fun Night by the Lake October 4, 2013

Enjoy a night out under the stars with family and friends. At Stafford Lake, there will be kid-friendly activities like a bouncy house, popcorn eating, and a family movie. There will also be an option to have a cookout or picnic on the lawn.

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5. Family Halloween Day October 10, 2013

Dress up in your Halloween best and experience a spooky good time at Randall Museum. There will be pumpkin carving, games, crafts, and indoor trick or treating. Admission is free!

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About Ashley Anderson

I'm a blogger and social media intern for Camperoo. I studied print communication with a minor in psychology at the University of Houston. I'm a caring and fun Auntie to one nephew and 3 nieces. I love to read, write, travel, and watch movies. Born and raised here, I'm a proud Houstonian.

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